Saturate Mobile

  1. Sign-up – Choose a zip code from the list below and choose if you want to be a Host Church or a Participating Church.
  2. Adopt – if you are a host church, go to and adopt the zip code you chose. (Participating Churches will contact the Host Church to let them know they will help.)
  3. Receive – Saturate USA will send the Host Church materials for FREE! The Materials will include: door hangers, gospel tracts, multi-language Jesus films, maps of the zip codes (Including carrier routes), and other helpful information. 
  4. Assemble – Host churches will cooperate with the Participating Churches to assemble packets and devise a strategy to cover the adopted area. Include information about your church in each packet. Contact the MBA office for a Church Info Card Publisher file or click the following link for the card in pdf: Church Info Card.pdf
  5. Saturate – Go out and deliver saturate packets to your entire area. This can be done in a couple weeks, or an entire year, depending on your goals and schedule.
  6. ReportHost churches report When the coverage is complete. Mark it completed on the zip code you adopted at, and do the same at Also, report any testimonies, pictures or videos.  

Special note:  Because many churches will not hear about this outreach until the annual meeting (October 6, 2019), we ask Host churches to give a few weeks after the annual meeting before they assemble and distribute material, giving the other churches in the same zip code time to sign-up.

Fill out and submit the form below to sign-up.

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Protecting Places of Worship October 16, 2019

Richard W. Moore, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama, invites you to attend a forum and panel discussion focused on

Protecting Places of Worship

This event, co-hosted with Department of Sociology and Criminology at Spring Hill College, will be Wednesday, October 16, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., in the Great Hall, located in the Byrne Hall building at Spring Hill College (4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, 36608). Admission is free and open to interfaith communities and houses of worship leadership, as well as designated security team directors or points of contact.

Two dynamic and informational speakers are slated for the event, including Eric Treene, Special Counsel for Religious Discrimination, United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division. He will provide an overview of religious hate crimes and relevant civil rights statutes. Chad Yarbrough, Federal Bureau of Investigations Assistant Special Agent in Charge, who was on the scene and directly involved in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting in October 2018 will also speak. Additional presentations will include comments from the Department of Homeland Security, a Faith Leaders Discussion Panel, and a Law Enforcement Q&A Session.

Seating is limited. Please register your attendance through EventBrite at the following link:

If you have additional questions, please contact the United States Attorney’s Office at 251-415-7199.

Christmas Backpacks

You and your church can make Christmas brighter for children living along the Mississippi River who are among some of the poorest in the U.S. Generation after generation in the region live without basic human necessities.

Review the information at for the guidelines and basic information. Then register your participation at

The Alabama WMU has a goal of collecting 9,500 backpacks! Our Associational WMU Leadership Team has a goal of collecting 100. Bring completed and labeled/banded backpacks to the MBA office by Thursday, October 24.